The sticker called it Red Kuri Squash. Since I was feeling adventuresome that day, I put it in my basket. After some poking around the internet I found a recipe that looked interesting. The blog I found it on said it was originally a soup, which would also be good. You’d just have to add some more chicken stock. Continue reading “Curried Red Kuri Squash”
Feeling adventuresome in the grocery store, I found a Delicata Squash on my kitchen counter. Actually, I bought 2 squash that day. Stay tuned for story of the fate of the other squash.
I saw this recipe on an episode of Eat, Shrink and Be Merry so I looked it up online. I tweaked it, but also I was out of onions. Who runs out of onions!? I do, apparently, so I added more celery and tossed in a chopped carrot. Both of those changes are not reflected in the recipe below but the other changes I made to the original recipe are. This is delicious! Continue reading “Seafood Chowder”
I first saw this amazing cake on America’s Test Kitchen-one of my favourite cooking shows. It’s not a slick, Food Network style cooking show, but their approach to food is truly passionate and scientific. This is the kind of dessert I dream about and I’ve been dying to try this recipe. Yesterday I finally did and Mary declared “this is the best dessert I’ve had in my life” I must say it’s pretty spectacular. I am looking forward to making it again. Continue reading “Triple Chocolate Mousse Cake”
Yup. Buckle. A buckle is a cake, with fresh fruit and a crumb topping. You can use whatever fruit you like or have on hand. I had peaches and saskatoon berries.